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Bob Yexley's experiences with Octopus
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Bob Yexley's experiences with Octopus

This is an old post and doesn't necessarily reflect my current thinking on a topic, and some links or images may not work. The text is preserved here for posterity.

Bob Yexley shared a positive experience getting started with Octopus:

Every .NET developer I know has war stories about past horrors of deployments gone wrong. My theory is that’s because there’s not a good, universally accepted way to handle deployments of .NET apps on windows. Octopus steps in and offers a solution that, in my recent experience, dramatically simplifies the .NET deployment problem with a really elegant solution.

Read more on Bob's blog.

Sidenote: I like that his blog is powered by Octopress. Octopuses all around!

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